Marjan Philhour continues to hold a razor-thin lead over Connie Chan.
San Francisco residents awoke to the jolting news that Mayor Ed Lee died early Tuesday morning.
San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin was voted in Tuesday as the new chair of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.
The balance of power on San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors shifted toward the center following Tuesday’s election.
San Francisco’s Recreation and Parks Department will begin a multi-million dollar project to upgrade three of the city’s nine public pools.
The sugar-sweetened drink tax could see the November ballot even though its proponents missed the deadline to submit an initiative petition.
Supervisors Jane Kim, David Campos and John Avalos Wednesday called for police Chief Greg Suhr to be replaced.
An attempt to override a mayoral veto on legislation that would have increased the amount paid by developers toward transportation met with defeat.
Legislation making it harder for San Francisco property owners to remove any housing units, even if they are illegal, could help lower housing prices.
San Francisco was awarded an $80 million grant Thursday by the Board of State and Community Corrections to replace deteriorating city jails.
Aaron Peskin appears to have come out ahead of Julie Christensen in the San Francisco race for District 3 supervisor.
A tax exemption for Twitter and other Mid-Market businesses cost The City more than $33 million.
The $250 million bond, if approved by voters, would be the largest housing bond in San Francisco history.
San Francisco public transit advocates have issued a challenge to city officials to ride Muni for 22 days starting June 1.